30-Day Writing Challenge — Entry Day 18


One Reason People are Still Dying

A narrow street with shops on both sides, filled with people dressed in warm-weather outfits, some wearing masks, some not wearing masks, with a large turqouise banner promoting how to keep safe from contracting the disease.
Photo by Xavi Cabrera on Unsplash

COVID-19 has killed more than 4,800,000 people worldwide, and the death toll is still rising unnecessarily for a few reasons.

During the Canadian second wave, my neighbourhood had the highest death rate in Quebec, and it was easy to figure out why.



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Robin Christine Honigsberg

Robin Christine Honigsberg

Sensitive eccentric.Writes mainly short stories & about living w/several mental illnesses.3xOD survivor.Top Writer in “Reading.” Editor-“Eclectic Everythings”